Friday, April 18, 2014

Mark Smith: Are We Thinking Enough?

Mark Smith shares the cover illustration, one of four conceptual images he created for Therapy Today, accompanying a story on critical thinking vs blind following.

Rob Dobi: Future New York

Rob Dobi riffs on the classic Woody Allen “Manhattan” poster with this cover illustration for Time Out New York, depicting possible scenarios that may (or may not) be part of the city’s not-so-distant future.

Doug Chayka: The Deepwater Horizon Threat

Doug Chayka’s latest illustration for the New York Times Op-Ed concerns the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the lack of improved drilling safety standards.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Goni Montes: Robocop

Goni Montes is the cover illustrator for what looks to be an awesome Robocop comic book reboot, to be released in a few short months.

Richard Borge: The Path of Discovery

Richard Borge’s illustration for the current issue of HOW magazine accompanies an article about the "path of discovery" and the importance of experimenting.

Davide Bonazzi: Gap Year

Davide Bonazzi’s illustration for American Way, the inflight magazine of American Airlines, accompanies an article about the importance of taking a planned year off between high school and college.

Dan Stiles: Old Navy Flagship Posters

Dan Stiles illustrated a series of iconic landmark posters for Old Navy’s flagship stores worldwide.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Leon Mussche: KLM Safety Card

Leon Mussche was commissioned to design a new set of icons for the KLM safety onboard card, which is in use as of now. Mobile devices look much more alike these days, so Leon brought them back to their essentials, to help passengers visually identify them.

Brucie Rosch: Word-Upmanship

Brucie Rosch’s illustration for Harvard Magazine accompanies a humorous piece about “lexiphanicism,” or the impulse to show off by using big words.  Generally, the longer the words, the less confident the speaker is about the subject.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014